Associate Professor Jake Lynch

PhD (City University, London)
Chair of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies (DPACS) at the University of Sydney

K01 - Mackie Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 5440

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Biographical details

Associate Professor Jake Lynch, PhD (City University, London) is Chair of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies (DPACS) at the University of Sydney.

Jake has spent the past 20 years researching, developing, teaching and training in Peace Journalism. For this work, he was recognised with the award of the 2017 Luxembourg Peace Prize, by the Schengen Peace Foundation.

Scholarly publications include several books and over 50 book chapters and refereed articles. Jake’s latest monograph, A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict (published in the Routledge Research in Journalism series, in 2014), presents results from his Australian Research Council Linkage Project, with partnership by the International Federation of Journalists and the aid agency, Act for Peace. It includes data from original fieldwork in Australia, the Philippines, South Africa and Mexico.

Since 1999 up to the present day, Jake has devised and led training workshops in peace journalism for professional editors and reporters, and in media skills for peace workers, in many countries including Afghanistan, Fiji, Nepal, Indonesia and the Philippines. Clients have included the British Council, Council of Europe, DANIDA, GTZ, SIDA, NORAD, the Olof Palme Memorial Fund and the Australian Commonwealth government.

Jake served for nine years on the Executive Committee of the Sydney Peace Foundation, and for two years as Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association, having organised its Sydney conference in 2010. He has held research fellowships at Cardiff University and Bristol University, in the UK, and at the School of Communication of the University of Johannesburg, in South Africa.

He takes up regular invitations to give keynote lectures, with recent destinations including Istanbul, Beirut, Seoul and Colombo, as well as a special presentation to the Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, in Vienna.

Before taking up an academic post, Jake enjoyed a 20-year career in journalism. He was a Political Correspondent for Sky News, at Westminster, and the Sydney Correspondent for the Independent newspaper, culminating in a role as an on-air presenter (anchor) for BBC World Television News.

Research interests

  • Peace Journalism
  • Peace Studies
  • Media Analysis

Current research students

Project title Research student
Pacifying the present: are war and violence on the wane, and does this mean peace is on the increase? Polly Brennan VAN DEN HURK

Supervised research degree completions (Lead Supervisor)

1. 2018: Christopher Brown, PhD, ‘Towards The Impossible Dream: A Framework for Nonviolent Revolution in India’s Maoist Conflict’.

2. 2017: Zainab Abulnabi Jasim, PhD, ‘Peace Journalism Framing in Al-Jazeera’s Coverage of Bahrain’s Uprising and Syria’s Second Chemical Attack’.

3. 2017: Timothy Bryar, PhD, ‘Doing Nothing: A Politics of Violent Inaction for Positive Peace’.

4. 2014: Punam Yadav, PhD, ‘Social transformation in post-conflict Nepal: a gender perspective’.

5. 2013: Leticia Anderson, PhD, ‘Representations of Muslims and Australian Federal Elections 2004-2007: Media reporting as a social artefact of political discourse’.

6. 2013: Bonaventure Mkandawire, PhD, ‘The Ethnic Conflict in Malawi, 2004-2011: a Theoretical Explanation’.

7. 2012: Karen Kennedy, Masters by Research, ‘Deeply Felt: Three New Anarchists on Questions of Religion and Violence’.

8. 2012: Rachael Hart, PhD, ‘United Nations Peacebuilding Policies: Contesting the neo-liberal paradigm’.

9. 2012: Neven Bondokji, Doctor of Social Science, ‘The Cycle of Violence in the Discourse of HAMAS 2005-2009’.

Awards and honours

2017: Winner of the Luxembourg Peace Prize.

2015: JOMEC, Cardiff University, Visiting Fellowship

2014: Global Insecurities Centre, University of Bristol, Benjamin Meaker Fellowship

2012: Appointed Senior Research Fellow, School of Communication, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.

2010: Elected Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association.

2009-2010: Co-Chief Investigator, University of Sydney Institute for Social Science/World Universities Network Project, Re-Imagining International Criminal Justice.

2009-2012: Chief Investigator, Australian Research Council Linkage Project, A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict.

2008-2010: Chair of Organising Committee, International Peace Research Association biennial conference, Sydney

2010. 2009: Appointed to Executive Committee of the Sydney Peace Foundation.

2008: PhD, City University, London.

2007-2008: Convener of Peace Journalism Commission, International Peace Research Association.

2007: Appointed Associate Professor and Director, Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney.

2004-2006: Co-Chief Investigator, Peace Journalism international research project, Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research.

2005: Appointed to the International Advisory Council of the Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research.

2001-2005: Director, Reporting the World (London-based journalism think-tank).

1989: Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism Studies (Distinction), Cardiff University.

1988: BA English (First Class Honours), Cardiff University.

Selected grants

2014

  • Is peace journalism feasible Balancing structure and agency in media coverage of conflicts; Lynch J; Institute for Global Peace and Sustainable Governance/Research Support.

2009

  • A global standard for reporting conflict; Lynch J, Park J, Keene J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Lynch, J. (2014). A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict. New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J., Galtung, J. (2010). Reporting Conflict: New Directions in Peace Journalism. Australia: University of Queensland Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Debates in Peace Journalism. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J., Galtung, J., McGoldrick, A. (2006). Reporteando Confilctos. Mexico: Transcend: A Peace and Development Network.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism. Stroud, England: Hawthorn Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Reporting the World: A Practical Checklist for the Ethical Reporting of Conflicts in the 21st Century. United Kingdom: Conflict & Peace Forums.

Edited Books

  • Shaw, I., Lynch, J., Hackett, R. (2011). Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Lynch, J. (2018). Peace Journalism. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication: Journalism Studies. New York: Oxford University Press. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2017). Foreword. Peace Journalism Principles and Practices, (pp. xv-xvii). New York: Routledge.
  • Lynch, J. (2017). News coverage, peacemaking and peacebuilding. In Piers Robinson, Philip Seib, Romy Frohlich (Eds.), Routlege Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, (pp. 197-209). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Galtung, J., Lynch, J. (2016). Raccontare i conflitti nel mondo [Italian translation of Reporting Conflict: The Low Road and the High]. In Nanni Salio and Silvia De Michelis (Eds.), Giornalismo di pace, (pp. 159-190). Torino: Gruppo Abele.
  • Galtung, J., Lynch, J. (2016). Raccontare i conflitti: la via inferiore e la via superiore [Italian translation of Reporting Conflict: The Low Road and the High]. In Nanni Salio and Silvia De Michelis (Eds.), Giornalismo di pace, (pp. 57-80). Torino: Gruppo Abele.
  • Lynch, J. (2015). Media in peace and conflict studies. In Julia Hoffmann, Virgil Hawkins (Eds.), Communication and Peace: Mapping an emerging field, (pp. 16-33). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2013). Towards a global standard for reporting conflict. In Raymond King, Victor MacGill, Roger Wescombe (Eds.), Peace in action: Practices, perspectives and policies that make a difference, (pp. 22-29). Wagga Wagga, Australia: King MacGill Wescombe Publications.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Russell, A. (2012). Asylum-seeker Issues as Political Spectacle. In Daya K. Thussu, Dr. Des Freedman (Eds.), Media and Terrorism: Global Perspectives, (pp. 271-288). London: Sage Publications. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2011). Can the centre hold? Prospects for mobilising media activism around public service broadcasting using peace journalism. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert Hackett (Eds.), Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches, (pp. 287-316). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J., Hackett, R., Shaw, I. (2011). Introduction - Expanding peace journalism: comparative and critical approaches. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert Hackett (Eds.), Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches, (pp. 7-31). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2010). A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict and Peace. In Keeble, Richard Lance; Tulloch, John; Zollmann, Florian (Eds.), Peace Journalism, War and Conflict Resolution, (pp. 87-103). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Adnan, I. (2010). How to improve reporting of the war in Afghanistan: feminize it!. In Richard Lance Keeble, John Mair (Eds.), Afghanistan, War and the Media: Deadlines and Frontlines, (pp. 133-145). United Kingdom: Abramis (imprint arima publishing).
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Peace Journalism. In Stuart Allan (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, (pp. 542-554). Oxon & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Peace Journalism: Variations on a theme of Johan Galtung. In Jorgen Johansen; John Y Jones (Eds.), Experiments with Peace: A Book Celebrating Peace on Johan Galtungs 80th Birthday, (pp. 193-200). Capt Town, South Africa: Pambazuka Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Propaganda, war, peace and the media. In Keeble, Richard Lance; Tulloch, John; Zollmann, Florian (Eds.), Peace Journalism, War and Conflict Resolution, (pp. 69-83). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Lynch, J. (2009). Coalition of the unwilling: the phenomenology and political economy of US militarism. In Lynda-ann Blanchard, Leah Chan (Eds.), Ending War, Building Peace, (pp. 91-112). Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2009). International Law and Israel's Assault on Gaza. In Reychler, Luc; Funk Deckard, Julianne; HR Villanueva, Kevin (Eds.), Building Sustainable Futures: Enacting Peace and Development, (pp. 121-131). Deusto, Spain: Deusto University Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Peace journalism and its discontents. In Wilhelm Kempf (Eds.), The Peace Journalism Controversy, (pp. 83-103). Berlin: verlag irena regener.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2007). Peace Journalism. In Charles Webel and Johan Galtung (Eds.), Handbook of peace and conflict studies, (pp. 248-264). London ; New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism: A Global Dialogue for Democracy and Democratic Media. In Robert A. Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao (Eds.), Democratizing global media : one world, many struggles, (pp. Chapter 13). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Lynch, J. (2004). Reporting the world: an ethical challenge to international news. In Marina Caparini (Eds.), Media in security and governance : the role of the news media in security oversight and accountability, (pp. 97-118). Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos.
  • Lynch, J. (2004). Reporting the World: The Ethical Challenge to International News. In Chris Paterson and Annabelle Sreberny (Eds.), International news in the 21st century, (pp. 261-274). Eastleigh, Hants, UK: John Libbey Publishing.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2003). Tips for covering conflict. In Danny Schechter (Eds.), Media wars : news at a time of terror, (pp. 170-173). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.

Journals

  • Hussain, S., Lynch, J. (2018). Identifying peace-oriented media strategies for deadly conflicts in Pakistan. Information Development, In press, 1-11. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2018). Where I stand on peace journalism and the academic boycott of Israel. Conflict and Communication, 17(1). [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2017). Terrorism, the "Blowback" thesis and the UK media. Peace Review, 29(4), 443-449. [More Information]
  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2016). Audience responses to peace journalism: Merging results from a four-country research study. Journalism Studies, 17(5), 628-646. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2015). Peace journalism: Theoretical and methodological developments. Global Media and Communication, 11(3), 193-199. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Heathers, J. (2015). Psychophysiological audience responses to war journalism and peace journalism. Global Media and Communication, 11(3), 201-217. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2014). Critical realism, peace journalism and democracy. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 11(1/2), 29-36.
  • Lynch, J. (2013). Is Peace Journalism feasible? Pointers for research and media development. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 10(2/3), 15-24.
  • Lynch, J. (2013). Re-envisioning democratic media and ethics: Transformations in journalism, news and the digital. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 10(2/3), 2-5.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2013). Responses to peace journalism. Journalism, 14(8), 1041-1058. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2012). Conflict Interventions: The Case for a Multidisciplinary Approach. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 66(2), 265-276. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2012). Reframing South African TV news as Peace Journalism: Interim findings from a field experiment. Communicare: Journal of Communication Sciences, 31(2), 78-98.
  • Lynch, J. (2012). Responsibility to Protect after Libya. International Journal of Peace Studies, 16(2), 59-76.
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Defending John Pilger's journalism on Israel and Palestine. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 7(4), 48-55.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Active and Passive Peace Journalism in Reporting of the "War on Terrorism" in the Philippines. Peace and Policy, 13, 99-113.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Introduction - What works and what doesn't: new directions in conflict intervention. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 237-242. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Modernisation or participatory development: the emerging divide in journalist training for conflict-affected societies. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 291-304. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2007). A course in Peace Journalism. Conflict and Communication, 6(1), 1-20.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). A reply to the replies- Counterplea by Jake Lynch. Conflict and Communication, 6(2), 1-4.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Issues in the media coverage of terrorism. Media development, 54(3), 22-27.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Peace Journalism and its discontents. Conflict and Communication, 6(2), 1-13.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Reporting Iraq: what went right, what went wrong. Mediactive, 3, 110-126.
  • Lynch, J. (2006). What's so great about Peace Journalism? Global Media Journal: Mediterranean Edition, 1(1), 74-87.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism in the Holy Land. Media development, 52(1), 47-49.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). War and peace journalism in the Holy Land [Paper in: Media, Mania and Government in an Age of Fear. Manning, Peter (ed.).]. Social Alternatives, 24(1), 11-15.
  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2002). From the front lines. Harvard International Review, 24(1), 74-75.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Impunity in Journalism. Media development, 49(2).
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Journalist Ethics and Reporting Terrorism. The Conflict Security and Development Group Bulletin, March April 2002, 9-11.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Performing with Headlines in Mind. British journalism review, 13(2), 63.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2001). Peace Journalism in Poso. Inside Indonesia, 66.

Conferences

  • Lynch, J. (2003). Peace Journalism in Indonesia. International Conference Agents of Peace, Jakarta: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.

Film / Video

  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2004). News from the Holy Land. UNSPECIFIED.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Lynch, J. (2016). Picking out the worthwhile bits of Chilcott. Australian Options, 84. [More Information]

Report

  • Elmslie, J., King, P., Lynch, J. (2007). Blundering In – the Australia-Indonesia security treaty and the humanitarian crisis in West Papua.
  • Lynch, J. (2001). Jurnalisme damai: bagaimana melakukannya?.
  • Lynch, J. (2001). Reporting the World concept document.

Reference Works

  • Lynch, J. (2014). 'Media Peace Awards'. In Bridget Griffen-Foley (Eds.), A Companion to the Australian Media. (pp. 270). North Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Other

  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2007), Video: Peace Journalism in the Philippines.

2018

  • Hussain, S., Lynch, J. (2018). Identifying peace-oriented media strategies for deadly conflicts in Pakistan. Information Development, In press, 1-11. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2018). Peace Journalism. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication: Journalism Studies. New York: Oxford University Press. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2018). Where I stand on peace journalism and the academic boycott of Israel. Conflict and Communication, 17(1). [More Information]

2017

  • Lynch, J. (2017). Foreword. Peace Journalism Principles and Practices, (pp. xv-xvii). New York: Routledge.
  • Lynch, J. (2017). News coverage, peacemaking and peacebuilding. In Piers Robinson, Philip Seib, Romy Frohlich (Eds.), Routlege Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security, (pp. 197-209). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lynch, J. (2017). Terrorism, the "Blowback" thesis and the UK media. Peace Review, 29(4), 443-449. [More Information]

2016

  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2016). Audience responses to peace journalism: Merging results from a four-country research study. Journalism Studies, 17(5), 628-646. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2016). Picking out the worthwhile bits of Chilcott. Australian Options, 84. [More Information]
  • Galtung, J., Lynch, J. (2016). Raccontare i conflitti nel mondo [Italian translation of Reporting Conflict: The Low Road and the High]. In Nanni Salio and Silvia De Michelis (Eds.), Giornalismo di pace, (pp. 159-190). Torino: Gruppo Abele.
  • Galtung, J., Lynch, J. (2016). Raccontare i conflitti: la via inferiore e la via superiore [Italian translation of Reporting Conflict: The Low Road and the High]. In Nanni Salio and Silvia De Michelis (Eds.), Giornalismo di pace, (pp. 57-80). Torino: Gruppo Abele.

2015

  • Lynch, J. (2015). Media in peace and conflict studies. In Julia Hoffmann, Virgil Hawkins (Eds.), Communication and Peace: Mapping an emerging field, (pp. 16-33). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2015). Peace journalism: Theoretical and methodological developments. Global Media and Communication, 11(3), 193-199. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Heathers, J. (2015). Psychophysiological audience responses to war journalism and peace journalism. Global Media and Communication, 11(3), 201-217. [More Information]

2014

  • Lynch, J. (2014). 'Media Peace Awards'. In Bridget Griffen-Foley (Eds.), A Companion to the Australian Media. (pp. 270). North Melbourne, Victoria: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Lynch, J. (2014). A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict. New York: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2014). Critical realism, peace journalism and democracy. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 11(1/2), 29-36.

2013

  • Lynch, J. (2013). Is Peace Journalism feasible? Pointers for research and media development. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 10(2/3), 15-24.
  • Lynch, J. (2013). Re-envisioning democratic media and ethics: Transformations in journalism, news and the digital. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 10(2/3), 2-5.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2013). Responses to peace journalism. Journalism, 14(8), 1041-1058. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2013). Towards a global standard for reporting conflict. In Raymond King, Victor MacGill, Roger Wescombe (Eds.), Peace in action: Practices, perspectives and policies that make a difference, (pp. 22-29). Wagga Wagga, Australia: King MacGill Wescombe Publications.

2012

  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Russell, A. (2012). Asylum-seeker Issues as Political Spectacle. In Daya K. Thussu, Dr. Des Freedman (Eds.), Media and Terrorism: Global Perspectives, (pp. 271-288). London: Sage Publications. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2012). Conflict Interventions: The Case for a Multidisciplinary Approach. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 66(2), 265-276. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2012). Reframing South African TV news as Peace Journalism: Interim findings from a field experiment. Communicare: Journal of Communication Sciences, 31(2), 78-98.
  • Lynch, J. (2012). Responsibility to Protect after Libya. International Journal of Peace Studies, 16(2), 59-76.

2011

  • Lynch, J. (2011). Can the centre hold? Prospects for mobilising media activism around public service broadcasting using peace journalism. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert Hackett (Eds.), Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches, (pp. 287-316). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Shaw, I., Lynch, J., Hackett, R. (2011). Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J., Hackett, R., Shaw, I. (2011). Introduction - Expanding peace journalism: comparative and critical approaches. In Ibrahim Seaga Shaw, Jake Lynch and Robert Hackett (Eds.), Expanding Peace Journalism: comparative and critical approaches, (pp. 7-31). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

2010

  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2010). A Global Standard for Reporting Conflict and Peace. In Keeble, Richard Lance; Tulloch, John; Zollmann, Florian (Eds.), Peace Journalism, War and Conflict Resolution, (pp. 87-103). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Defending John Pilger's journalism on Israel and Palestine. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 7(4), 48-55.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A., Adnan, I. (2010). How to improve reporting of the war in Afghanistan: feminize it!. In Richard Lance Keeble, John Mair (Eds.), Afghanistan, War and the Media: Deadlines and Frontlines, (pp. 133-145). United Kingdom: Abramis (imprint arima publishing).
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Peace Journalism. In Stuart Allan (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism, (pp. 542-554). Oxon & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Peace Journalism: Variations on a theme of Johan Galtung. In Jorgen Johansen; John Y Jones (Eds.), Experiments with Peace: A Book Celebrating Peace on Johan Galtungs 80th Birthday, (pp. 193-200). Capt Town, South Africa: Pambazuka Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2010). Propaganda, war, peace and the media. In Keeble, Richard Lance; Tulloch, John; Zollmann, Florian (Eds.), Peace Journalism, War and Conflict Resolution, (pp. 69-83). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Lynch, J., Galtung, J. (2010). Reporting Conflict: New Directions in Peace Journalism. Australia: University of Queensland Press.

2009

  • Lynch, J. (2009). Coalition of the unwilling: the phenomenology and political economy of US militarism. In Lynda-ann Blanchard, Leah Chan (Eds.), Ending War, Building Peace, (pp. 91-112). Australia: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2009). International Law and Israel's Assault on Gaza. In Reychler, Luc; Funk Deckard, Julianne; HR Villanueva, Kevin (Eds.), Building Sustainable Futures: Enacting Peace and Development, (pp. 121-131). Deusto, Spain: Deusto University Press.

2008

  • Lynch, J. (2008). Active and Passive Peace Journalism in Reporting of the "War on Terrorism" in the Philippines. Peace and Policy, 13, 99-113.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Debates in Peace Journalism. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Introduction - What works and what doesn't: new directions in conflict intervention. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 237-242. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Modernisation or participatory development: the emerging divide in journalist training for conflict-affected societies. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 291-304. [More Information]
  • Lynch, J. (2008). Peace journalism and its discontents. In Wilhelm Kempf (Eds.), The Peace Journalism Controversy, (pp. 83-103). Berlin: verlag irena regener.

2007

  • Lynch, J. (2007). A course in Peace Journalism. Conflict and Communication, 6(1), 1-20.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). A reply to the replies- Counterplea by Jake Lynch. Conflict and Communication, 6(2), 1-4.
  • Elmslie, J., King, P., Lynch, J. (2007). Blundering In – the Australia-Indonesia security treaty and the humanitarian crisis in West Papua.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Issues in the media coverage of terrorism. Media development, 54(3), 22-27.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2007). Peace Journalism. In Charles Webel and Johan Galtung (Eds.), Handbook of peace and conflict studies, (pp. 248-264). London ; New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Peace Journalism and its discontents. Conflict and Communication, 6(2), 1-13.
  • Lynch, J. (2007). Reporting Iraq: what went right, what went wrong. Mediactive, 3, 110-126.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2007), Video: Peace Journalism in the Philippines.

2006

  • Lynch, J., Galtung, J., McGoldrick, A. (2006). Reporteando Confilctos. Mexico: Transcend: A Peace and Development Network.
  • Lynch, J. (2006). What's so great about Peace Journalism? Global Media Journal: Mediterranean Edition, 1(1), 74-87.

2005

  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism. Stroud, England: Hawthorn Press.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism in the Holy Land. Media development, 52(1), 47-49.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). Peace Journalism: A Global Dialogue for Democracy and Democratic Media. In Robert A. Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao (Eds.), Democratizing global media : one world, many struggles, (pp. Chapter 13). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2005). War and peace journalism in the Holy Land [Paper in: Media, Mania and Government in an Age of Fear. Manning, Peter (ed.).]. Social Alternatives, 24(1), 11-15.

2004

  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2004). News from the Holy Land. UNSPECIFIED.
  • Lynch, J. (2004). Reporting the world: an ethical challenge to international news. In Marina Caparini (Eds.), Media in security and governance : the role of the news media in security oversight and accountability, (pp. 97-118). Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos.
  • Lynch, J. (2004). Reporting the World: The Ethical Challenge to International News. In Chris Paterson and Annabelle Sreberny (Eds.), International news in the 21st century, (pp. 261-274). Eastleigh, Hants, UK: John Libbey Publishing.

2003

  • Lynch, J. (2003). Peace Journalism in Indonesia. International Conference Agents of Peace, Jakarta: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2003). Tips for covering conflict. In Danny Schechter (Eds.), Media wars : news at a time of terror, (pp. 170-173). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.

2002

  • McGoldrick, A., Lynch, J. (2002). From the front lines. Harvard International Review, 24(1), 74-75.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Impunity in Journalism. Media development, 49(2).
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Journalist Ethics and Reporting Terrorism. The Conflict Security and Development Group Bulletin, March April 2002, 9-11.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Performing with Headlines in Mind. British journalism review, 13(2), 63.
  • Lynch, J. (2002). Reporting the World: A Practical Checklist for the Ethical Reporting of Conflicts in the 21st Century. United Kingdom: Conflict & Peace Forums.

2001

  • Lynch, J. (2001). Jurnalisme damai: bagaimana melakukannya?.
  • Lynch, J., McGoldrick, A. (2001). Peace Journalism in Poso. Inside Indonesia, 66.
  • Lynch, J. (2001). Reporting the World concept document.

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